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CHAS. G. MOREAU, Editor and Pnb’r. CITY ECHOES Dr. C. L. Horton was a visitor to New Orleans Tuesday. Lost —A bunch of keys. Finder will please return to Dr. A. A. Kergo sien, at Court House. Members of local Liberty Bond Committees report their activities are meeting with success. First Communion and confirmation time at hand. See display of goods at the Specialty Store. judge and Mrs. Fernandez, of New Orleans, are visiting at the home cf their daughter, Mrs- J. W. Harrison. Mr. H. S. Rershaw has received a handsome new car—an Elgin six, which is admired by all who see it. White parasols, fans, bags, pray er beads, books, veils, wreaths, arm scarfs —now on display at the Spe cialty Store. Major Gdbert Marshall is spend ing a while here, visiting at the home of his parents, Col. and Mrs. Charles Marshal. Dr. A. A. Kergosien attended the the funeral near Picayune Thursday afternoon of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith. Mr. Karl Schneider has returned from New Orleans, where he spent several days during the week in the interest of nis garage business. Major W. A. McDonald has re turned home from an official visit to Camp Beauregard, La., where he vis ited with Gov, Bilbo and staff. Mr. John Osoinach, proprietor cf the Bay Mercantile Co.’s was a business visitor to New Orleans during the early part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Boy Perre are enter taining anew arrival at. their home in Main street—a son—whose arrival dates during the early part of the week- A complete list of Mayor Webb’s appointments will be found in ihe official minutes of the Board of May or and Aldermen, which appears in another column of this week s Echo. Pere LeDuc Council, Knights of Columbus moved into its new quarters in the spacious Bordages building on the beach front Thursday, and the members congregate every evening at the new home. A regular meeting of the Catholic Woman’s Club will be held at the Convent Hail, tomorrow —Sunday— at 3 o’cock P- M. Catholic women are invited to attend. MRS. JNO. A. GREEN, Secretary. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Carron and manly little son, from New Orleans, have arrived at their summer home on the beach front for the season. They are regular summer visitors and are always welcomed. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Mauffray, at Fenton, have the sympathy of the people of the county in the loss of their son, Alton, aged 18 months, who died Friday night, and was in terred at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, at Fenton. Sunday morning. Rev. Father Gmelch left Wednes day night for Yazoo City, where he was called by a message announcing the death of Mgr. Wise, aged 80 yars, who has been the active pastor in charge of the Catholics at Yazoo City. Mr. Karl Schneider has taken the agency for the famous Diamond au tomobile tire, and has an advertise ment in this issue of Ihe Echo to that effect. “More mileage for less mon ey” is the Diamond slogan. Lt. Joseph Cazeneuve came in Sunday evening from Camp Beaure gard, La., on a ten-day furlough, and, after visiting his father, Mr. Joseph F. Caeneuve, and family, left a few days ater for a visit to relatives and friends at Indianapolis, Ind. Fire was discovered at he home of Luther Ansley in Carroll avenue at an early hour Wednesday morning, but was promptly gotten under con trol with little or no damage. The blaze is supposed to have originated from a detective chimney. Mrs. Robt. W. Taylor is here from San Antonia, Texas, on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. McGinn at their home on the beach front. Mrs- Taylor will remain here for about three or four weeks. Friends of Lieut. Taylor will learn with inter est of his success in the service. “Don’t Let the Huns Show Us Up” is the title of a full page advertise ment which will appear in next Sat urday’s issue of The Echo, published under auspices of the local Liber ty Loan Committee in the interest cl the third Liberty loan drive. Tni? is made possible oy the liberality and patriotism of the local business men who are paying for same. The K- C. initiation of candidates to have taken place at Biloxi tomorrow —Sunday—has been called off, so we understand, and there is a probability of Bay St. Louis getting the initiation by exerting a little effort, which no doubt will be done. The local Council wil meet soon to take the matter up. Bay St. Louis would gladly welcome the candidates and visiting Knights from along the Gulf Coast and else where. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith, of this county, residing near Picayune, have the sympathy of their many friendt and acquaintances in the loss of then daughter, Rushie, aged ten years, who died at the Touro Infirmary, ai New Orleans, Tuesday night, as the result of an operation for hip trouble. The remains were brought to the late home of the deceased and the funera took place Thursday afternoon, Re\ Williams of the Baptist church 6ffi ciating, and interment taking place at Turtle Skin Cemetery. The fun eral was largely attended. Sunday’s Liberty Day Parade and demonstration in the interest o: the Third Liberty Bond campaign was a marked success from every point of view, and made a .u'endic showing. It was estimated that lull; two thousand people vrere in the line of march. The court house couk not accommodate the crowds and tlu speaking which followed the parade was held at SE Stanislaus College Au ditoriura, where Mr. D. B. H. Chaffe of New Orleans, delivered an addres worthy of the large crowd that hear* it and applauded him time and agaii He was introduced by Mr George K Rea> whose remarks were also wel received. OFFICIAL MINUTES NEW BOARD MAYOR 10 ALDERMEN. Mayor R. W. Webb and Other Newly- Electcd Officials Assume Office —List of Appointments. Be it remembered that on the 6th day of April, A. D. 1918, the newly elected Board of Mayor and Aider men, of the city of Bay St- Louis, being 1 the first Saturday after their election, held their regular meeting at the City Hall at 8:30 o’clock P. M. There were present R. W. Webb, mayor; W. 11. Starr, R. S. Blaizc, Louis Schwall, L. C. Carver, alder men; Albert Jones, cit ymarshal; S. J. Ladner, secretary. The above officers filed their res pective oaths of office with the secre tary and were duly sworn in by Judge J. A. Breath, J- P. His Honor, the Mayor, called the meeting to order and proceeded to business. His Honor, the Mayor, ap pointed the following committees, with and by consent of the Board, to serve for the term. Finance Committee: —W. H. Starr, Louis Schwall. L. C. Carver. Streets and Bridges; Louis Schwall, L. C. Carver W. H. Starr. Board of Health: —Dr. E- W. Man or, G. E. Templet, R. L. Genin. Mayor R. W. Webb appointed R. L. Genin city attorney for the term of two years, which was ratified by the Board. . Mayor R. W. Webb appointed Leo pold Bangard Street Commissioner for the term of six months, which was ratified by the Board. Mayor R. W-, Webb appointed B. J. Ladner Deputy Marshal, Meat In spector and Sanitary Inspector for the term of six months, which was ra tified by the Board. Mayor R. W. Webb appointed An gus Schindler, Jr., engineer for city fire engine for the term of 30 days, which was ratified by the Board. Mayor R.W. Webb appointed T. W. Adam janitor City Hall for the term of two years, which was rati fied by the Board. Mayor R. W. Webb appointed Au gust Taconi Teamster No- 1 *or the term of six months, which was ratifi ed by the Board. Mayor R. W. Webb appointed Hen ry Seub Teamster No. 2 for the term of six months, which was raci fied by the Board. Mayor R. W. Webb appointed L. Schwall Chief of the Fire Depart ment for the tern of two yeais, which was ratified by the Board. Mavor R. W. Webb appointed Geo. C. Firsching Trustee of public schools for a term of three years from April, 1918- said appointment was ratified bv the Board. . , „ Mayor R. W- Webb appointed Dr. A. A. Kergosien Trustee of public schools for a term of one year from April, 1918, said appointment to fill the unexpired term cf L. J. Lex, which appointment was ratified by the Board. Moved by Alderman Starr, sec onded by Alderman Schwall, that the regular meeting of the Board oi Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Bay St. Louis will hereafter be held at *3:30 o’clock P. M. Carried. Moved by Alderman Schwall, sec onded by Alderman Starr, and car ried, authoring Mayor R. W. Webb and City Attorney R. L- Genin to confer with Mr. Charles Sanger in re gard to the suit of Miss Madeline Gardebled and report at next meet ing of Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Bonds of F. H. EglorF, tax-collec tor and assessor, and Sylvan J. Lad ner, city secretary, were presented to the Board, same being examined, approved and ordered filed. There being no further business, the Board adjourned to meeting in course. SYLVAN J. LADNER, Secretary. FIRE AT DR. SCHMIDT’S HOME. An Electric Fiat Iron Placed on a Bed Caused the Damage. While the Liberty Day parade was passing by the home of Dr. W. J. Schmidt, in Second street near Car roll avenue, Sunday afternoon, fire was discovered in one of the bed rooms of the house by a heavy vol ume of smoke emitting therefrom. In less time than it takes to tell it, a number of men from the ranks of the parade were in the house as vol unteer firemen, the flames queched in their incepiency, 'but not before considerable damage had resulted. It appeared Miss Schmidt bad been using the electric iron to do a little ‘"emergency pressing” before going out, and had unconscously placed it on a bed near by, with the results that the iron soon became overheat ed and set fire to the bed clothing, in cluding anew and valuable comfort er. INVITATION FROM MR. WISNER. nvites the Population of Hancock County at His Place Sunday, April 21st, 2-5 P. M. Mr. J. N. Wisner invites the en t'jre white population of Hancock :ounty to visit his property here in 3ay St. Louis on Sunday, April 21, from 2 to 5 o’clock P. M. Here is an opportunity for our icople to see a model farm here in heir midst, and to see and know vhat can be done with this soil. Mr. Joe Cook- of Hattiesburg, pres dent of the State Normal College, vill be present and will address the •rowd, and a treat will be in store ’or all who atend. \EAL ESTATE TRANSFERS FOR HANCOCK COUNTY. Mrs. Anna Lejeune to Sidney Bou- Ireaux, lot 11, block 26, Clermont Jarbor- Consideration, 400. Sadie Gillum to Matilda Gillum, L-3 of an acre commencing at SE 1-4 >f NW 1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec. 30, T. 7, i. R. 14 West, Consideration, Jessie Davidson to L. J. Piernas, lot ■69, First Ward, City of Bay St. Consideration, $4.03. H. Ball Bowers to Chas. W. Hop ans, lot 3, Blohk 35, Clerdont Har bor. Consideration, sl-60. R. L. Genin to Imperial Naval Stores Cos., NW 1-4 of SW 1-4, Sed. .2, T. 6, S. R. 14 West. Considera ion $89.00. Jordan River Turpentine Company o Jake H. Haas, NW 1-4 of SE 1-4, lertion 24, T. 7, S. R- 15 West. Jonsideration, SI.OO. BAY ST. LOUIS' NEW MAYOR. I- ■ *x ■ iii ,9b ' Ip ROBERT W. WEBB. Hon. R. W. Webb, recently elected mayor of the City of Bay St. Louis took oath of office Saturday night, and immediately held a meeting of the new Board of Mayor and Aider men. Mr. Webb was born at Elbsrton, Ga., in 1872, and has resided in this city the past fourteen years, and has been identified with every interest for the uplift and advancement of the city and its people. This is not the first time he serves the city- He served during two terms as alderman from Ward 4, and his work in bringing that ward from “out of the woods”’is well known and needs no repetition here. He was instrumental in building FPHfP Of THF WFFK LUnUIO u! IML JfLLfX CT CTAMUSIQ ul> outi i lilLnUu, S- S. Base Ball Team Defeated the Powerful Pcplarville Angies— Burning of the “Jinx.” By defeating Poplarville 40-0 yes terday (Thursday) our team showed that we were able, if not superior, to any prop, school baseball team in Louisiana or Mississippi, for Poplar ville boasts of having one of the best prep, school teams in Mississip pi- It was a pitcher’s battle through out in which the baffling curves of Elmer HymeJ , the college pitcher, and the air-tight support of his team mates came out best. Srrobbin for the opposition pitched stellar ball, striking out ten batsmen. Next game for the college will be Sunday, when the collegians will meet the strong Manual Training Team of New Orleans. The manage ment has announced that our base ball season sc far has been a financial failure, and unless a large crowd puts in an appearance, Sunday’s game will be our last game at home, therefore- every loyal St. Stanislaus booster in Bay St. Louis is expected to be present at the College Park Sunday evening. The lin-up for Thursday’s game follows: Fonlarville Aggies. Runs Hits Er. Clark, C. F-, 0 0 0 Armacker, Ist 8., 0 0 0 Fornea, R. F., 0 11 Warmer, L. F., 0 2 1 Batty, C., 0 0 0 Harveston, S. S., 0 0 0 Smith- 3rd 8., 0 0 0 Stroban, P., 0.00 0 4 2 St- Staniclaus Beaullieu, Ist 8., 12 0 Reisch, L. F., 1 10 Hymel, P., Oil Parilla, S. S., 0 11 A. Ramonh, 3rd 8., 0 0 0 Healey, R. F.> 0 10 S. Ramond, 2nd B ~ 1 11 J- Soule, C. F., 1.11 Phillips, C., 0 0 0 4 8 3 A show will be staged at the Col lege Gymnasium for the benefit of the benefit of the Athletic Associa tion some time next month. It is conducted by Bro. Berchmans, and indications point to one of the most successful shows ever held at the Bay. The musicians, the Glee Club, the Di'amatic and Military Clubs will participate. The arrival of “money from home” has enabled the Tennis Club to re cover from its financial straits, and its members have lost those worried looks which w T ere so much m evidence a few days ago. Bro. Julius, their creditor, also presnts a more satis fied front. The Base Ball Team has at last found its jinx. There has been a jinx trailing our base ball team since the beginning of the season. The latest piece of ill luck to put in its appearance wms Saturday’s heavy rains, which completely flooded Loyo la’s campus, resulting in the loss of a I LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO GET MORE | I MILEAGE AT LESS COST | I Schneider’s Garage, | I® KARL SCHNEIDER, Prop., | Distributor of | DIAMOND TIRES—BLACK SQUEEGE TREAD— I RED SIDE WALLS. | BAY ST. LOUIS, MISSISSIPPI. | the school in that ward, which bears his name today, known as the “R. W. Webb School,” a worthy recog nition and a monument to his pro gressiveness. Mr. Webb served in the Spanish- American war, a member of the Third Tennessee, Company L., as quarter master sgt., and received an honorable discharge. As mayor of the city of Bay St. Louis much is expected of Mr. Webb within the possibilities of limited monies and the stress of the present time. He is intensely progressive, imbued with a great degree of civic pride and his ambition for the better ment of Bay St. Louis and its people is without bounds, trip to New Orleans for the team. The team lumbers immediately got together to decide upon the best method of exterminating the jinx. It was finally decided to resort to the simple expedient of casting lots,and to burn the jinx in effigy, when he would be found out. Lots were cast and C. Rosenblath’s name came out. Therefore, with due ceremony last Monday evening a bon are was built in the middle of the camps, the stu dent body duly fell in line near the bath house. Led by.the Spasm Band and a dummy in a coffin bearing the said jinx s name, took Japs around the track into the straighta way to the bon fire, where the jinx was burned in effigy. May his bones rest in •* ! ‘ o! H. DABEZIES, Class ’lB. “COME ACROSS," There are folks who say we’re fighting For a world's democracy, That we're sending men and millions Just to set the Roches free; Rut we’re out to lick the Kaiser, And we re in the fight to stay. For the honor of Old Glory, And to save the U. S. A. Do you think you've done your duty? Do you think you’re going to win? With a flood of oratory,— While the boys are digging in; While they're storming bloody trenches, For the Flag and Victory.— Don’t forget the peace they’re after — It’s a piece of Germany. Yes, our boys are on the ocean. And oar boys are “over there; And we've millions more to follow. And we've millions more to spare,— And we’ll stack our Yankee dollars Like a rampart in their train, And when Uncle Sanunie signals Wo will “come across’’ again. Oh! our boys will never falter,— ’Till they smash the foetnan’s line, 'Till the Hun is hurled to Hades, 'Till the Bosches dam the Rhine, And we'll back our boys forever With a flood of golden rain. For we owe the boys the money, AND WE LL COME ACROSS AGAIN. JAMES BREATH, New York City. A CARD. I wish to thank one and all and to voice my appreciation of the' efforts of the people one and all individual ly and generaly, for their prompt and material assistance on Tuesday morning at the fire- which destroyed my property in Carroll avenue. It is quite a privilege and a source of gratification to live in the midst of a people who are actuated by such noble impuses as was displayed at the fire. Respectfully, E- E. LUCAS, Bay St. Louis, Miss,, April 12,1918. CARD OF THANKS. I take this method of thanking our friends and acquaintances for their good will, assistance and sympathy on the occasion of the illness and sub sequent death of our daughter, Ru shie. Especially do we thank Drs. Thornhill and Woodward for their untiring efforts. Sincerely, WILEY SMITH AND FAMILY. A SPRING DRIVE. BY JAMES BREATH. I'm kinder aggervated. With a risin’ In my spine.— No! it tain’t the Springtime workin’, Cause I’m feeling fit and fine; An’ I’se all riled up and ready Per perliteness won’t pervail, Where the Baches’ pas and trenches And the shells have blazed a trail. When you out to hunt the Hun. Do your shooting fast and frequent; Do your shoutin’ when you've done. For with due respect to Woodrow. If a man's too proud to fight, lie’s a slacker and a quitter, Or a pap-fed parasite. And this peace without a victory. When all is done and said. Ain’t the peace that’s sure to follow When the other fellow’s dead. So I say out the blestin’. 'Bout the Nation’s high ideals; War's our only business, stranger, 'Till the cursed German squeals; 'Taint no human race we're lighting— Mow them down in all their siiq Bid them keep the belt fires burnin' 'Till we drive the Kaiser in I New York City. March, I'.GS. REGISTRATION NOTICE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, HANCOCK COUNTY. Notice is hereby given that under the laws of the State of Mississippi, the undersigned Registrar of Voters for Hancock county, will visit the several voting precincts in said coun ty for the purpose of registering voters at the following places and dates, to-wit: Ansley, at Post Office, Monday, May 6, *l9lß. Pearlington, at Post Office, Tues day, May 7, 1918. Logtown, at H. Weston Lumber Comoany’s Store, Wednesday, May 8, 1918. Gainesville, at D. J. Carver’s Old Store, Thursday, May 9, 1918. Aaron Academy, at School House, Friday, May 10, 1918. Flat Top, at School House, Satur day, May 11, 1918. Parker, at Pleasant Kill Church, Monday, May 20, 1918. Caesar, at Post Office, Tuesday, May 21, 1918. Crane Creek at Seller’s Consoli dated School, Wednesday, May 22, 1918. Standard at Standard Turpen tine Company’s Store, Thursday, May 23, 1918. Fenton, at School House, Friday, May 24, 1918. Kiln, at Jordan River Lumber Company’s Store, Saturday, May 25, 1918. Bay St. Louis, at Court House, Monday, May 27, 1918. Waveland, at School House, Tues day, May 28, 1918. Lake Shore, at Dan Ladner’s Store, Wednesday, May 29, 191S. E. VAN WHITFIELD, Registrar. Bay St. Louis, Miss., April 6, 1918. CHANCERY SUMMONS—NO. 2120. The State of Mississippi. To Frank Mitchell: — You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Hancock county , in said State, on Monday, the 2vthe day of May A. D. 1918, to defend the suit in said court of Anna E. Mitchell, wherein you are a defen dant. This 28th day of March, A.D. 1918. (Seal.) A. A. KERGOSIEN, Clerk. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Jackson, Miss., March 12, 1918. Notice is hereby given that Sam uel D. McCarty, of Logtown, Miss., who, on March 12, 1913, made Homestead Entry, No. 06050, for Lots 8 and 9 or E 1-2 of NE 1-4, Range 1G West, St. Stephen’s Meri dian, has filed notice of intention to make final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Chancery Clerk of Hancock County, at Bay St. Louis, Miss., on the 25th day of April, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses Samuel D. Lott, Mike Asher, Dave Williams, Abner Hur sey, all of Pearlington, Miss. W. F. CUMMINS, Register. FOR SALE —My home on Front St. Five bedrooms, parlor, bath, din ing room, kitchen, pantry, large hall, rear snd front porches, electricity and water. Lot 65x200 feet; will exchange for small home and give terms for balance. Store house, 29x69 feet on oast of Front St., formerly BretathV Store. Apply box 35. m |MB| ,|„ —————— mm-r Professional. Cards DR. C. L. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE: GEX BLDG., Main Street HOURS; 10 to 11 A. M. and 4 to 5 P. M. TELEPHONE 83 Residence —Carroll Avenue. Res. Phone S2. drTXaTev Mis, DENTIST HOURS: From 8 A. M. to 3:30 P. M. OFFICE: Hancock County Bank Bldg. BAY ST. LOUIS, HISS. EMILE jTgEXT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW OFFICE: GEX BLDG. Main Street BAY ST. LOUIS. HISS. ROBERT L. GENIN, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW OFFICE: GENiN BLDG., Main Street BAY ST. LOUIS, HISS. GEX & WALLER ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will practice in al civil matters in all State Courts and In all matters in the General Courts of Missis- When you buy a Liberty Bond you Halt the Hun. Be sure to buy one or more today. It is your duty. YOU Can Shop all the New Year Round to Your Advantage - AT THE - Dry Goods tore AND— Hardware Store, Of J. 0. MAUFFRAY, “The Stores of Honest Values,” | I I You will find a Complete Stock of New ! Goods, reasonably priced from which to | select and to buy j; J |J. O. Mauffray, - Bay St. Louis, Miss. * ' . '>v -gr*?.-r.-arr-fc Taiwan waau'iwart .fffMaL'awtHTarißPglM^VlUWqM>wiWP* lH, *ra “■ -T V■- • V- -J ■“ . ■, jajg’ae^^ajL"— - J. !_!.■ Uliilt -""-"if I "K I fw&si 1 1MJ THEATRE j || MONDAY, APRIL ISTH JANE AND CATHERINE LEE IN [ “THE TROUBLE MAKERS,” 5 . FOX—ADMISSION SAND 11 CENTS. H TuEsiiAYrXpßTirTsTnT iam CaojMr* £ | “THE HONOR SYSTEM,” | Standard Fox Pictura—Adinision 1.1 and 22 Ceats. I THURSDAY, APRIL 18TH PAULINE FREDERICK IN I j “THE HUNGARY HEART,” g P Paramount—Admission 6 and 11 Cents. >■ ■’ n— aaasa gj a nai. '■ S SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH WINIFRED ALEN IN | “FOR VALOUR,” I aad Comedy—Admission 6 and 11 Cents. |j PETITION FOR PARDON. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, COUNTY OF HANCOCK, io His Excellency the Go v eTuor cf Mississippi and tb Pardoning Board:— We, the under-earned citiiena of Hancock County, Mississippi, res pectfully petition yon to pardon Theodore Moody who plead guilty to the crime of burglary at the Octo ber, 1917, Term of the Circuuit Court of Hancock County, and we respectfully show as follow*, that said Theodore Moody opened a window and went into a reeidence at night, but molested no one, and did not take or attempt to take any property when he could hava easily have done so. He claims, and there is consider able other proof to show, that he was intoxicated and was coming home late; that the railroad track he had to cross was guarded by Midi era and that he was afraid to croee, and, therefore, attempted or intended to go into an old picture show to eleep for the night, but through seme mis take he -went into residence next door. Being in a way guilty he annex ed that plea and the judge sentenced him to serre fourteen months in the penitentiary. ll* re mained in the county jail fix months before he was indicted and has now been in the penitentiary six months, and is, therefore, w® believe, * effi ciently .punished. He is subject to the firet call In the United States Array, being in Class A-l of the selective draft. We therefore respectfully request your immediate consideration of hit immediate pardon. Respectfully submitted; ROBT. L. GENIN; W. J. GEX, C. L. WALLER, M. J. GREEN, J. C. ROLAND, JOS. V. BONTEMPS, J. W. VAIRIN, J. N. VAIRIN, GEO. H. VAIRIN, A. A. KERGOSIEN, And others. THUS TEE ’3 S ALE . I, A. P. Frymirc, trustee, under the provisions cf and by virtue of the authority conferred upon me in a deed of trust made by C. A. Mttufcray to Henry Lochte Cos. et als, dated January 13, 1917, end which said deed of trust is recorded in Book 12, page 3Go of Mortgages end Deeds in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Hancock county, Missis: oi, 1 Will offer for sale, and will sell at public outcry for cash to the highest and best bidder, at door of the Court House, during legal hours, on Monday, May 6, 1918, the following described property: SW 1-4 of SW 1-4, Section 3, T. 7, S. R. 14 West; NW 1-4 of NW 1-4, Section 27, T. 6, S. R. 14 West; NW 1-4 of NE 1-4, Section 13, T. 7, S. R. 14 West; NW 1-4 of NE 1-4, Section 13, T. 7, S. R. 14 Wst; NE 1-4 Of SE 1-4, Section 15, T. 7, S. R. 14 West; SE 1-4 of SW 1-4, Section 42, T. 6 S. R. 16 West; NW 1-4 of SW 1-4 Section 29, T. 6, S. R. 14 West; NE 1-4 of SE 1-4, Section 2, j- 7 * S. R. 14 West; all located in Han cock county, State of Mississippi. Two thirds interest in S. 1-2 of NE 1-4 of the NE 1-4, Section *O, T. 6, S. R. 13 West; SE 1-4 of NW 1-4, Sec tion 7, T. 7, S. R. 13 West; NE 1-4* of NW 1-4 Section 7, T. 7, S. R. 13 West; NW 1-4 of SW 1-4, See. 18, T. 7, S. R. 13 West; all situated in Harrison county, State of Mississippi, also one 80-horse power boiler hori zontal boiler made by one engine, stationery; one log car riage, and the wholo ravnmijl outfit known as the old Jack Pucfcau mill. A. P. FRYM7RE,, Trurte*. March 20, 1918. Notice from Count; Health Officer. All butitutis Koiicei, and other places governed by the Slate health regulations art to get up their screens and pnt their places in such condition me provirfeti by tho regulations of the Stats Board of Health of Mweictippi, s soon as possible. I will be around eooa to make my quarterly report .-ami there will be no special favor sho M'n in cases of your failure to respect those regulations. J. V/. MOOD V, County Health Offi 'er. March 20, 1918. WANTED—HOUSE CARPENTERS. Good House Carpenters m Pasca goula. Apply International Ship Building Cos., Pascagoula, Miss. “NOTICE TO LOCAL BANKS. Notice is hereby giver, thnt the Board fef Mayor and Aldermen of Bay St. Louis, will receive at ite re gular meeting on. Saturday, the 6th. day of April, A. D. 1918, at C o’clock P. M. bids from local banks for the deposit of ail municipal mo- ; n’.es, to the best advantage of the city; bids to be based on daily bal ances, and upon terms of deposits as provided by law. The Board reserve* the right to reject any and all bid*. S. J. LADNER, Bay St. Louis, Miss., March 2, 1918. How’s This? TTe offer One Hundred Dollars *leward for any cf Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hail s Catarrh Medicine. Hell’s Catan h Medicine has been tafcea • by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty- Oyo years, and has become knot.-* as the Kioet reliable t emedy for Catarrh Ball's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi son from the I Blood and healing the dis eased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a great Improve tment in yotir general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once an 3 gel rid of catarrh. Send | for testimonials, free. . P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Taleda Ohio. i Raid by all Dt VPlfota, We. ■* - , y I